Constitution of India, President Ram Nath Kovind would head the Constitution Day events on Friday, reading the Preamble in the Main Hall of Parliament, wherein Narendra Modi will speak a prestigious assemblage. President Ram Nath Kovind will deliver a speech to the nation, after which the public will be invited to participate in a live cast of the Constitution and bill of rights Preamble.
President Kovind will later release a digital edition of the Constituent Assembly Discussions at the Main Hall of Parliament House, as per an announcement from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). The paper is an upgraded version of the text laying out the structure of the country’s fundamental political law, which includes all revisions to date, as well as a digital site of a calligraphed edition of the Constitutional.
Prime Minister will also attend associated events and start the two-day Constitution Day events in New Delhi’s Vigyan Bhawan. According to a statement released by the ministry of legislative affairs, vice president M Venkaiah Naidu and Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla would speak at the event held at Parliament.
The national government is commemorating Constitution Day as part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, which marks the 75th anniversary of India’s freedom from British colonialism. PM Modi will officially kick off the Supreme Court’s Constitution Day ceremony at 5:30 p.m. in the plenary hall of Vigyan Bhawan. The event will be attended by all Supreme Court judges, chief justices of all top court and high ranking judges, the Indian solicitor-general, as well as other representatives of the legal profession.
Constitution Day was first observed on November 26 in 2015, to honor the historical importance of this occasion. Constitution Day is observed every year to celebrate the adoption of the Constitution Of India by the Draft Constitution in 1949. The origins of this event can be linked back to PM Modi’s “Samvidhan Gaurav Yatra” in 2010, which he organized as Gujarat’s chief minister in charge.
The Indian Constitution, which is the world’s longest written constitution, is regarded as the nation’s supreme law, outlining the nation’s structure, foundation, powers, and responsibilities, as well as citizens’ fundamental human rights, directive principles, and responsibilities.